Lundin receives green light for merger, posts record revenue

Lundin Energy posts its best first-quarter revenue on record, according to the accounts released Wednesday morning. At the same time, the Swedish company confirms that the merger with Aker BP has received the go-ahead.

Photo: Lundin Energy Norway

At the end of June, the planned execution of the merger between Lundin Energy and Aker BP is expected to fall into place.

This is among the biggest news in connection with the new quarterly results posted by Lundin Energy (formerly Lundin Petroleum). This much is clear after shareholders of both companies have given the nod to the merger plans.

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